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CNN
Jun 23, 2013 9:00am PDT
quote the country for three years now saying the obama administration has been using secret law to engage in domestic spying that would stun the american people and yet they were prevented even members of the senate intelligence committee were prevented from
MSNBC
Jun 23, 2013 11:00am PDT
quote the obama administration is trying to criminalize journalism by going through the phone records of a.p. reporters, and co-conspirators in felonies in working with sources, that means every journalist in the united states who works with their sources, receives classified information is a criminal. it's precisely those theories
FOX News
Jun 21, 2013 10:00pm PDT
years. >> senator mcconnell has said that the obama administration has created a culture of intimidation. first is he right, and secondly is it the obama administration or is it just the government? and this has been going on for some time? >> well, the obama administration seems to have stretched it a bit and the irs is certainly a culture of immigration. but on my web page i published a hundred things i hate about the government that don't even include the nsa scandal because this has been going on for years from the drug war to telling parents what schools their kids must go to to corporate welfare. every year government grows, they have 175,000 criminal laws now, the feds alone, that nobody can keep track of, but you go to jail if you don't obey them. government has gone way beyond overreach. >> all right. we have a situation like we reported the other night how the government agriculture department is supplying meanting income for wineries and at the same time they're cutting money for women, infants, and children. there's sort of the insanity of it. we've got a tax cod
FOX News
Jun 16, 2013 10:00am EDT
obama administration, certainly on syria and other areas as well. i think we're going to see this pattern back and forth. it's going to be fun to watch the next 3 1/2 years as president clinton critiques the president. >> what would those be to say the president refused to send small arms even though hillary clinton and dick petraeus wanted that. not to be drawn into an internal fight in syria. >> look, in strategic terms as much of a humanitarian tragedy as syria is, in strategic terms it's a side show. the issue here is and has been from the get-go the regime in iran. the world's central banker of international terrorism eagerly pursuing a nuclear weapons program which, by the way, it will continue to do despite yesterday's presidential election. that has been the power to worry about in the middle east, and i think the obama administration was reluctant to take on the assad regime in syria because it knew if it crossed iran over the syria issue, it would never get negotiation over iran's nuclear weapons program and that was the obama administration's priority. i've long thought
FOX News
Jun 16, 2013 7:00am PDT
with regime gains against the rebels does the obama administration plan to send those small arms. some wonder today why did it take so long. as peter said, tomorrow the president looks with a major assad supporter, president putin in ireland. what can be accomplished at that meeting if anything? former u.s. ambassador, senior fellow and fox news contributor john bolton joins us every morning. >> good morning. >> good to see you as always. first, let's start with the new obama policy. is it in the nick of time or too little too late? >> i think it's actually evidence of the continuing disarray of the obama policy. i think any serious military observer will tell you that this contribution that obama's now prepared to make will not make any significant military difference and, in fact, it looks as though obama was backed into it because of his own rhetoric about the assad regime using chemical weapons crossing a red line. i don't think we've had a policy in syria for 2 1/2 years other than pray that the russians will actually do something to remove assad. that was never any part of their
FOX News
Jun 14, 2013 7:00pm PDT
doubt about the integrity and the honesty of the obama administration on benghazi, the irs and subpoena of journalist phone records. >> i want to make clear, the president has zero tolerance for misconduct by government employees. and zero tolerance has been demonstrated through his presidency. >> the real scandal of washington this is quickly becoming the most unproductive congress in the history of the united states. that is scandalous. >> this is a special edition of "on the record." tonight, an international manhunt for the contractor who leaked information. and looking for straight answers from the obama administration. >> we should be afraid what the government is doing in our name behind closed doors. what the government is doing in our name under the guise of keeping us safe. >> people can't trust the executive branch, but also don't trust congress and don't trust federal judges to, make sure we're abiding by the discussion, due process and rule of law, we'll have some problems here. >> this program doesn't target innocent americans in any way, shape, or form many these
FOX News
Jun 18, 2013 1:00am PDT
o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. does the obama administration really want to solve all the controversies in washington? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the answer seems to be no. the obama administration does not want to tell us, we the people what happened in benghazi libya. how the irs got so far out of control, and what exactly the feds are doing snooping around private communications. we are being stonewalled. here is some facts to support my assertion. director of national intelligence james clapper mislead us when he said this on march 12th. >> does the nsa collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of americans? >> no, sir. >> it does not? >> not witnessingly. >> i was asked when are you going to stop beating your wife kind of question which is meaning not answerable necessarily by a simple yes or no. so, i responded in what i thought was the most truthful or least untruthful manner by saying no. >> the least untruthful manner, mr. clapper? is that what you think your duty is to tell us the least untruth? clapper kn
LINKTV
Jun 14, 2013 7:00pm PDT
the syrian opposition, the obama administration will not say what types of weapons it will send, or when they will arrive. >> i will not be able to say here is the specific list of every type of item that will be delivered. we do want to be responsive to the request that have been made. lex leaders argue whether that is the right response right now. >> providing arms to either thiswould not address current situation. only political solutions can address these issues sustainably. >> officials, including the secretary of state, have talked have talked with many of washington's allies to define a strategy. among those getting the pulse from washington, the russians, who have sold weapons to the us on -- assad government. >> the peace conference is in question. because of the decision to supply weapons to the rebels, i see the whole basis being destroyed. >> how the u.s. will prevent weapons to fall into groups of extremists. republicans have called on obama to give the rebels weapons, but they say needs to be done. they need to announce the no- fly zone. take up a runways with cruise m
NBC
Jun 19, 2013 4:00am PDT
the obama administration's dilemma to rally support for the once secret program. >> these programs are immensely valuable for protecting our nation and securing the security of our allies. >> officials say an e-mail of yemen informed them on the stock exchange plot. the self-identified leaker edward snowden denies the plans are essential. he tolds "the guardian" that they were exaggerating the claims. the nsa director denounced snowden. >> the intentional and irresponsible release of classified information about these programs will have a long and irreversible impact on our nation's security and on that of our allies. >> michael hastings, a journalist whose reporting caused the down fall of the top american general was killed tuesday morning in a car crash in los angeles. general stanley mccrystal was the top u.s. commander in afghanistan back in 2010 when he agreed to talk with the "rolling stones" contributor. those talks produced the article "the run away general" and it revealed the criticisms of the obama administration. mccrystal was fired. hastings won an award for that stor
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 8:30am PDT
drive you crazy? >> it drives me crazy. you can anticipate that the obama administration will not even push back on what this union is demanding for its employees. it is a shame here. the obama administration will kowtow to the friends who are union thugs and the leadership of the unions are thugs and they will not push back. unfortunately because it gives a bad name to the brothers and sisters in the union who want to produce well for the american public and do their job. it is the leadership that is engage in the thuggery that obama will not push back. >> we have no idea how high up the scandal goes. if the irs is able or willing to target conservative groups. we learned that the fbi director muler said they are targeting americans with drones. your thoughts? >> that's very disturbing. i think what muler is telling us hey, america on u.s. soil, we are going to shoot you down just a little bit, because he's talking about the minimal impact of drones on u.s. soil. and now, what this allows us to understand though, that ram paul was right when the senator engaged in the filibuster and w
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2013 2:00am PDT
suggestions include. the president obama administration authorized sending weapons to the reblgs. >>> a plat to blow up the new york stock exchange is one of dozen planned terror attacks that the government said that it thwarted through its data mining. 2 of the 50 cases, the admission is part of the obama administration to rally support. >> securing the security of our allies. >> officials say an e-mail from yemen informed them of the stock exchange plot. edward snowden denies the programs are essential. the nsa denounced snowden. >> the intentional and irresponsible release of information about these programs will have a long impact on our nation's security and on that of our allies. >> michael hastings a journalists who reporting caused the downfall of one of the top. stanley mcchris tall was the top u.s. commander in afghanistan when he agreed to talk to the rolling stone reporter. it revealed his criticisms of the obama administration. mcchris tall was fired. michael hastings was 33 years old. >>> turning now to western wildfires and a fast-growing one in arizona the massive fire i
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 1:30pm PDT
you can anticipate the obama administration will not even push back on what this union is demanding for its employees. that is what is shame here, the obama administration will cowtow to their friends that are union thugs that is so many leaders are thugs. they won't push back. because this it gives a bad name to the brothers and sisters within the union, just want to produce well and do their jobs. it's their leadership that is unfortunately he will not push back. >> eric: we don't know how high this goes up. if the irs is committed to targeting conservative groups, you have to wonder if that is spread throughout the federal government right now. the reason why i bring that up this week we also learned that f.b.i. director mueller said they are targeting americans with drones. your thoughts. >> that is very disturbing because i think what mueller is telling us, we're not going shoot you down a little bit. he is talking about minimal impact of drones on u.s. soil. now what this allows us to understand that rand paul was right when a senator engaged in the filibuster and what he was
FOX News
Jun 16, 2013 4:00am EDT
is here to tell us why he thinks the obama administration has lost all credibility and what that means for the rest of us. and what do you think? is edward snowden a hero or traitor? message me on facebook or tweet me @ judge jeanine. we'll read your answers later in the show. emily: hi, everyone. i'm emily. i'm super excited to introduce my dad because he's my hero. when i was little, he was doing this really important work driving ambulances in iraq. now he's home. and he's still a hero because he tells the ambulances where to go when there's an emergency. i'm so proud of him. he's awesome. he's my dad! announcer: if your service-connected disability hinders your civilian career, vocrehab offers a variety of services to help prepare you for your next mission. >>> can you tell me how many agent investigators you have assigned to the case? >> may be able to do that but i have to get back to you. >> can you tell me who the lead investigator is? >> no. >> this is the most important issue in front of the country the last six weeks and you don't know who the lead investigator is? >>
FOX News
Jun 16, 2013 10:00pm EDT
they have major doubts about the integrity and honesty of the obama administration of the irs and subpoena of records. 18 percent. >> they have 0 tolerance. it has been demonstrated through out the presidency. >> the real scandal of washington is quickly becoming the most unprotect tive congress of the history of the united states. >> an international manhunt who leaked classified information about nsa surveillance programs. in washington another hunt. these are straight answers from the obama administration. >> they are afraid of what the government is doing. it's under the guise of people keeping us safe. >> don't trust federal judges. to make sure we are aguiding by the constitution due process and rule of law. we are going to have some problems here. >> this program does not target innocent americans in any way, shape or form. these programs help keep america safe. >> they have no authority under the constitution or anything else to collect data on every american phone call. >> which are trying to stop bad people to from doing bad things. these programs are effective in that r
FOX News
Jun 20, 2013 1:00am PDT
the dawn of the second term of the obama administration. and he we are starting to get a very clear and troubling picture of the state department under the first term of the obama administration and under the stewardship of hillary clinton. some of these allegations and evidence go directly to her door steps. some of it doesn't. we are hearing about, for example, state department employees accused of sex crimes, using a drug ring in baghdad, whistle blowers from the auditors at state. the office of inspector general being bullied into silence by personal visits to their house and that sorts of thing. testimony by senior officials at the diplomatic security part of state department. that's a federal law enforcement agency that supposedly was false and appeared to be false and evasive at best. as i say, some aides to director loyalists of hillary clinton have been alleged to have interfered in some of these cases and blocked. >> bill: so the evidence is mounting one of the whistleblowers who say that she is being hectored by the federal government. her lawyer appeared with megyn kelly
FOX News
Jun 14, 2013 10:00pm PDT
integrity and the honesty of the obama administration on benghazi, the irs and on the subpoena of journalist phone records. 58% in each instance. >> the president has zero tolerance for misconduct by any government employee and that has been demonstrated amply throughout his presidency. >> the real scandal of washington is that it is quickly becoming the most unproductive congress in the history of the united states. that is scandalous. >> this is a special edition of "on the record." and tonight, an international manhunt underway for the contractor who leaked classified information about secret nsa surveillance programs. back in washington, another hunt. this one for straight answers from the obama administration. >> i think he's afraid of what the government is doing in our name, behind closed doors, what the government is doing in our name, under the guise of keeping us safe. >> people can't trust, not only the executive branch, but also don't trust congress and don't trust federal judges to make sure we are abiding by the constitution, due process and rule of law, then we are
CSPAN
Jun 22, 2013 4:00pm EDT
think that it is dangerously seductive with former officials of the obama administration. it seems so effortless but lives at risk. he's just getting involved in somalia and bases now being peppered around the middle east and in africa as well as well as the pacific rim. why are john bases being set up because they must be planned in the future as well. there is something to conserve the proliferation of jones. that is something that she has known about. >> talk a little bit about the cost. it is seen as a low cost option with significant dimensions. would you like to talk about that? >> there a lot of ways to look at this issue of cost. one is to say, all right, and f-15 cost $130 million. but a drone only costs $30 million and there are significant savings. except that i spend a lot more time in the air and the costs are somewhere between 2000 and $3500 per hour. counterintuitively because you think well, you are saving. but you actually need a lot more people to maintain the drones and it seems like they need one hour of maintenance and a lot more people seem to be doing the analys
CNN
Jun 18, 2013 7:00pm PDT
sides of the aisle, to join forces with the obama administration to try to lift the veil a little bit, demystify these programs and explain what they do. in that sense, for the first time we heard publicly the idea of what goes into these programs, what they can and can't do. on the other hand, lawmakers were clear going in they thought the best way to calm concerns of constit constituents was to talk about terror plots that were stopped. but so much of it had to remain classified. even the ones they did put forward, they couldn't put a lot of meat on the bone because they say even that would have hurt intelligence methods. >> of course, this would not have happened if not were the leaks of edward snowden. let's listen to this exchange. >> how damaging is this to the national security of the american people that this trust was violated? >> i think it wasser reversible and significant damage to this nation. >> has this helped america's enemies? >> i believe it has, and i believe it will hurt us and our allies. >> a lot of talk about edward snowden. anything more specific about just
FOX News
Jun 19, 2013 7:00pm PDT
irs an absolute outrage. an abuse of power that fits into the pattern of the obama administration of abusing government power and misleading the american people about it. >> the irs investigation should not be handled by eric holder. you don't let the fox guard the henhouse. >> and congressman trey gogr ene gowdey calling the idea ridiculous. >> i don't like the idea of bonuses for judges and attorneys. i don't like irs employees being eligible for anything other than remedial training. >> we go from the sadness of a major actor dying to the most incredible outrage. how in the world does anyone at the irs -- i realize not everybody is involved in the line dancing or the $20,000 in squirt toys or the $50 million in two years' worth of parties. we didn't audit the other years or the targeting of conservative groups, but, still, $70 million in bonuses, how does this happen? >> it happens when you have collective bargaining agreements, and nobody on the table in behalf of the taxpayer, the irs negotiating with employees, and i'm not justifying it. this is how it happened. >> if you kin o
FOX News
Jun 15, 2013 6:00pm PDT
is here to tell us why he thinks the obama administration has lost all credibility and what that means for the rest of us. and what do you think? is edward snowden a hero or traitor? message me on facebook or tweet me @ judge jeanine. we'll read your answers later in the show. before copd... i took my son fishing every year. we had a great spot, not easy to find, but worth it. but with copd making it hard to breathe, i thought those days might be over. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps significantly improve my lung function starting within five minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. with symbicort, today i'm breathing betr. and that means...fish on! symbicort is for copd including chronic bronchiti and emphysema. it should not be taken more than twice a day. symbicort may increase your risk of lung infections, osteoporosis, and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking it. with copd, i thought i'd miss our family tradition. now symbicort significantly improves my lung nction,
NBC
Jun 18, 2013 11:00am PDT
after what was frankly a status quo, if not disappointing g-8 summit for the obama administration. going into the summit, they had two goals, to try to build support and get some momentum for a big regional trade pact where negotiations will begin between the united states and other countries. these negotiations will be a lot tougher and a longer slog than what the obama administration hopes. on syria, the big disappointment for the obama administration is that there's going to be nothing out of the g-8 that's tangible, that's new. no united statement about trying to get assad out. maybe they never thought that the russians would publicly get there today or get there during this summit after what was a tense but cord nal one-on-one between obama and putin. right after that meeting, the russian government reiterated its stance that while they are for a political negotiation in geneva some time in july or august there should be no preconditions. translation, they don't want to see assad go. somewhat of a disappointing g-8 summit for the president. now it's off to germany where the big even
CNN
Jun 23, 2013 8:00am PDT
security issues, and particularly the conduct of the obama administration. so if you were looking for the kind of channel to get this sort of material out, then glenn greenwald is somebody who you would expect to take it seriously, know a great deal about it and be able to distribute it. but "the guardian" has a recently long kind of history of disclosing really astonishing stories. very recently in the last two or three years phone hacking. >> phone hacking is a classic example. we will talk to both of you later this hour. i've got to get to a break. when we come back, more on the media coverage of this remarkable unfolding story. in parks across the country, families are coming together to play, stay active, and enjoy the outdoors. and for the last four summers, coca-cola has asked america to choose its favorite park through our coca-cola parks contest. winning parks can receive a grant of up to $100,000. part of our goal to inspire more than three million people to rediscover the joy of being active this summer. see the difference all of us can make... together. the day building a
CNN
Jun 21, 2013 1:00pm PDT
this information with the american national security agency. the obama administration had no comment today as law enforcement officials continue their feverish manhunt to locate edward snowden. the business partner of wikileaks says he has plans to fly him to iceland if iceland grants him asylum. >> we just want to make sure that if we start to transport the guy, that he will not -- he will be safe when he lands, you know. he will not be extradited to u.s. >> the bigger issue is this massive surveillance program. a recent poll finds that 53% of americans disapprove of the nsa surveillance programs and 5 % disapprove of the government collecting phone calls of ordinary americans. it's one of the reasons the obama administration is suddenly out there trying to defend the program. president obama attempted to do so earlier this week by heralding a special panel designed to protect your rights. >> i've stood up a privacy and civil liberties oversight board made up of independent citizens including some fierce civil libertarians, i'll be meeting with them. what i want to do is set up and
CNN
Jun 23, 2013 9:00am PDT
chip to get more concessions from the obama administration. cuba has a sophisticated espionage service thatle tros the regime and undermines u.s. interests. if the nsa leaker shares our intelligence capabilities with either, it would further jeopardize our national security. clearly they're not buying the idea that he's looking for democracy, he's looking for a place that dislikes america. >> and supposedly he's carting around executers full of information. so this is obviously -- >> a big concern for the united states. >> a big concern to the u.s.. i want to -- let me just play chuck schumer because i want to bring all of you all in here on the u.s./russian relationship and what this does for it. here was chuck schumer this morning. >> what's infuriating here is prime minister putin of russia aiding and abetting snowden's escape. the bottom line is very simple. allies are supposed to treat each other in decent ways. and putin always seems almost eager to put a finger in the eye of the united states, whether it is syria, iran and now of course with show denowden. that's not how
FOX News
Jun 16, 2013 12:00am EDT
the obama administration has lost all credibility and what that means for the rest of us. and what do you think? is edward snowden a hero or traitor? message me on facebook or tweet me @ judge jeanine. we'll read your answers later in the show. [ male announcer ] let's say you had an accident. and let's say you bought cut rate insurance and you weren't covered. oh, and your car is a time machine. [ beeping ] ♪ would you go back to when you got that less than amazing policy and go with esurance instead? well, they do have tools like coverage counselor to help you choose the coverage that fits you. it's like insurance from the future. actually, more like insurance for the modern world. thank you! esurance. now backed by allstate. click or call. esurance. yes. with new nature made vitamelts. can vitamins melt into mouth-watering flavor? melt-in-your-mouth vitamin supplements. in flavors like creamy vanilla... ...and juicy orange irresistibly melty new nature made vitamelts. get a sample on our facebook page i don't know. how did you get here? [ speaking in russian ] look, look, look
CNN
Jun 18, 2013 5:00pm PDT
, saved lives and kept us free from other attacks. >> critics now of the obama administration continuing this policy, most of them to the president's left said these were implemented by the bush white house and why is the democratic president keeping them. he addressed them last night talking to charlie rose. >> some people say obama was this raving liberal before and now he's dick cheney and dick cheney says yeah, you know, he took it lock, stock and barrel. my concern has been not that we shouldn't do intelligence gathering to prevent terrorism but rather, are we setting up a systems of checks and balances? so on this telephone program, you've got a federal court with independent federal judges overseeing the entire program, and you've got congress overseeing the program, not just the intelligence committee, not just the judiciary committee but all of congress had available to it before the reauthorization how this worked. >> let's break it down with paul. now reflection, paul torks you first, this one is delicious. it wasn't charlie rose who brought up the comparison. the president hi
FOX News
Jun 16, 2013 4:00pm PDT
scenario right now. >> in minutes, the latest details on the obama administration's plan for syria. >>> and this ship vanished without a trace more than 300 years ago. now it is back, or is it? >> it could be what we think it is, but we don't know for sure until it is 100% positively identified. >> tonight, the search for the fables shipwrecks at the bottom of the great lakes. >>> former vice president dick cheney knows a thing or two about national security. he was crucial in crafting our nation's counter terrorism strategy after september 11, and helped lay ground work for the secret nsa programs that are now generating so much controversy. now he is speaking out about those spy programs and the admitted leaker, edward snowden, in a rare interviews on fox news sunday. vice president cheney calling snowden a traitor and suggesting he could be a foreign spy. more on that in a moment. here is the former vp defending the government surveillance critical to our national security. >> we made a decision based on 9/11 that was no longer had a law enforcement problem and we're at war. con
FOX News
Jun 23, 2013 8:00am PDT
available to us to get him home. it doesn't look like either the obama administration is making this priority or certainly russia, china and others are just ignoring it. >> eric: obviously the nsa director tom donilon he expected hong kong would abide by the treaty and turn him over to us. >> hong kong says that we didn't have the right paperwork. we didn't do legally what was required. i don't think this is a priority. let's also talk about the enablers here which is the "new york times" and mainstream media in washington. we have a story, a profile piece this morning on john kerry. michael gordon the "new york times" reporter doesn't mention the word china. it's a puff piece how great john kerry is doing but we don't mention snowden or china. here hong kong is holding snowden and john jury doing everything deliberating kli right. >> eric: what do you want him to do. he has a photo of obama and putin together. he may now be in moscow. russian authorities knew about that and now going to cuba. >> this is what they have to do. they have to use er tool available. you have to make it cl
FOX News
Jun 16, 2013 3:00pm EDT
any administration to fight this. one thing trust in government is inversely proportional to what the government is trying to do. >> paul: more it expands? >> the less people trust it. so one thing i think president obama has undermined trust something critical like nsa with things like hiring 19,000 irs agents toenforce the affordable care act. people look at that, well, i don't know if how this translates. >> paul: i'm more troubled by the irs scandal. irs can cease your wages, it can cease seize your wages or seize your property. it can do it very easily. this is just a program that kind of takes data, i don't care if they know my phone numbers? >> i agree with you. what you end up having here a government that has wide ear and wider powers. you are saying i don't trust them over here but i trust them over there. that is what makes people uncomfortable. i do think to dan's point about them releasing some information that would show people how important this program is, that is very important. last week google released a letter saying, look, we are asking fisa courts to let us put o
FOX
Jun 17, 2013 6:00pm EDT
obama administration. at the same time they are trying to build credibility among allies, the snowden scandal scal threatens to undermine thatundee credibility n the g-8 has been a joke, it has been a joke for years. >> reporter: the new leak with puts the obama administration further on theon defensive with its own allies. >> this isn't leading from behind, because we're not leading. this is being reactive. we're getting criticized we'recr going to do something. the notion that we're leadin les laughable. >> reporter: so far serious allegations leveled by edward ed snowden are no laughing matter for the white house.fowh it could face in the coming days. made as soon as tomorrow we could be getting more about the dozen terror attacks that the nsa says were prevented throughd the monitoring program. nsa director keith a an der is s set to testify tomorrow. >>> the man leaking about the u.s. surveillance programprogram answered questions online todayi about the scandal. he defended himself in the live web chat. the truth would come out whethet he was jailed or killed. killed. th
FOX News
Jun 15, 2013 11:00am PDT
and a half years of the obama administration. we have the intelligence, high-tech ways to -- >> listen in? >> exactly. watch the movie "zero dark thirty" the way they found osama bin laden's courier they tapped into the phone when he called his mother back in kuwait. that was a way they core sort of pinpoint him and track limb on the ground in pakistan to get bin laden. >> you're saying the interrogation has been diminished in the last four or five years. >> absolutely. >> no question. >> weed that the drone strikes. we had the drone strikes which president obama has amped up but he said last month he's going to reduce them, he wants to -- the program really scaled back. there's concerns about abuse there too. >> but also, to use drones, you have to know where the terrorists are. you have to find out -- >> intelligence from the interrogation helps a lot. >> what about infiltration, spying, traditional human intelligence? you have a double agent, for example, inside al qaeda. do we do that very well? >> right. we don't. this is harder than infiltrating the kgb, for example,
NBC
Jun 14, 2013 5:30pm PDT
. tonight, news of progress in the assault. >>> what now? as the obama administration prepares to intervene in syria, richard engel looks at the state of play. >>> hillary's return to the national stage after four years above the fray. the former secretary of state returns to the political arena and the possible 2016 opponent is there as well. >>> and to the rescue. with storm season raging, it's this elite unit's job to save people in danger. and tonight, lester holt finds out what it takes. >>> plus, our friday making a difference report. "nightly news" begins now. >> from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with brian williams. >>> good evening, i'm natalie morales in for brian. he'll be back on monday. it has been a fierce firefight over the last four days in colorado as a black forest fire near colorado springs turned deadly, claiming its first victims. hundreds of homes destroyed and nearly 40,000 had to flee from the raging inferno. at this hour, firefighters continue to go house to house, saving what they can. and finally today, their effort
PBS
Jun 14, 2013 8:00pm PDT
war. how far is the obama administration willing to go? >> people have to understand that this is a very fluid and dynamic situation and the situation on the ground will its own twists and turns. of own policy has been one incrementally increased support for the opposition, efforts to pressure the assad regime but this is not something that will a resolved with the turn of switch. gwen: whatever the administration is willing to do, too little, too late? many think it is. the last couple of weeks have seen the rebel positions collapsing, government troops moving on a number of key positions and it really looked rebellion was beginning to fall apart and that precipitated this flurry of meetings in washington to decide do about possibly supporting the rebels. at the same time, you had the theulation about determination of chemical weapons, whether chemical weapons were used by government troops and as we heard on thursday, the determination is that they did so two strands the coming together, chemical weapons issue and the fact that the rebellion was falling apart. gwen: i watched what
FOX News
Jun 16, 2013 12:00pm PDT
younger can buy the morning-after pill over-the-counter. i get the obama administration doesn't care about life issues but you think they would care about the girls. many of whom when they get in trouble it's not consensual sex. >> here a hit to new england's patriots coach b bill o'reilly. which bill bell dhik. fined tim tebow go for a contract. broncos in the playoffs and deserves a second chance in new england to show he is worth it for the n.f.l.. >> paul: did i detect clinton nostalgia. >> i'm only interesting what works. [ laughter ] >> paul: all right. remember if you have your own hit or miss, please send it to us and follow us on twitter. that is it for this week's show. thanks to all of you watching. hope to see you right here next week. >> jon: what a week of news. nsa spying scanned gets more media attention as leaker goes public. another scandal for the state department. prosecution and pedophilia allegations against a u.s. ambassador and charges of high level efforts to cover up details. a new york paper reports cbs news anchor scott pelley had a meltdown over the state
CBS
Jun 20, 2013 4:00am PDT
. >> muller and others in the obama administration are trying to make the case that these programs are needed. >> i'm most concerned about what's going on in the last couple of weeks because of the lack of clarity in the public debate. >>> retired general michael hayden said some of the senators like rand paul are misguided. >> the last we thought nsa was doing, i'd be holding his coat for next filibuster. >> more privacy concerns were raced on wednesday when fbi director mueller revealed for the first time the fb be i uses drones for surveillance. >> does the fbi use drones for surveillance on u.s. soil? >> yes. >> i want to go onto a question and -- >> let me just put it in context, though, in a very, very minimal way. >> sure. >> muller says the fbi rarely uses drones. he admits there are no rules in place to protect citizens' privacy, but says they are currently being written. now, the fbi used drones this year in standoff with a gunman where he was holding a 5-year-old boy in alabama as hostage. the fbi says any time they want to use drones for domestic surveillance, may must ask
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